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>>> coming up, a new campaign to support christians in the holy land. also, a surprise in utah, the usually conservative mormon church lobbies hard and successfully for a liberal law on immigration. >> the church has become a worldwide church, and its interests now extend far beyond utah. >>> and an irish monastery where through prayer and simple work, these women seek to become close to god. >>> major funding for "religion & ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lily endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to its founders' interest in religion, community development, and education. additional funding by mutual of america, designing and customizing individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. and the corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy and it is good to have you with us. africa is now facing one of the worst food crises in more than 50 years. the united nations this week said that tens of thousands of people are believed to have died in somalia alone. many more have fled to neigh
and that is a legal fiction, and we don't buy into that. we have a warehouse in utah. there was a point we opened a warehouse in indiana, and when we did, we paid taxes in indiana and shut and brought it all back to utah. we are considering opening a warehouse now in kentucky, and part of our planning is open a warehouse we are not going to play these games and put it in a subsidiary and that means we don't have to pay taxes there. so i think for the amazon and frankly has pushed the line very, very hard with their strategy of having warehouses but in subsidiaries to it that as a question i would be more open to the state's position on that. at the risk of people saying you're just saying this about a competitor. >> what is the status of the new york legal -- what is the new york legal status right now? >> new york passed the same kind of all. we ended our relationship with affiliates, so did amazon, and amazon filed a suit and the appellate court the state court ruled quickly against amazon but it got kicked immediately up to the appellate court in the state supreme court now to decide this. the
don't buy into that. now, we have a warehouse in utah. a couple warehouses in utah. there was a point we opened a warehouse in indiana and what we did, we paid taxes in indiana and then we shut the warehouse and brought it all back to utah. we're considering opening a warehouse now in kentucky and part of our plan is we opened the warehouse. we're not going to play these games and put it in a subsidiary and that means we don't have to pay tax there, so i think that amazon, frankly, has pushed the line here very, very hard with their strategy of having warehouses and subsidiaries. that's a different question and i would be more open to the state's position on that, at the are risk of people saying, well, you're just saying this about a competitorment. >> mr. byrne, what is the status of the new york legal? what is the new york legal status right now? , well, new york did the same -- passed the same kind of law. we ended our relationship with affiliates. so did amazon, and amazon filed a suit and the appellate court, the state court, pretty quickly ruled against amazon, but it got kicke
a few years ago, a seed jar in utah underneath a ledge. and i didn't move it from the spot. in fact, the sand had just been barely swept away to show the face of it, but it's still there. it's still under that ledge. i hope. i'd like to take you on a route and show you a way down to one of these artifacts. now, a lot of people look across canyon land, say, in southeast utah where this picture is, and it's not really clear how you get around, how you get from place to place. but if you know this place well enough you know right over this lip of white sandstone, if you go right over the ledge and hang your foot over this side, you can't see it but you can feel it with the tip of your foot, there's a little toe hold down there, then if you get on that toe hold you drop your other foot down and there's another toe hold. it happens a thousand years ago somebody carved just a series of toe holds down this rock face. and you climb down those and they lead to a ledge and the ledge wraps around underneath here and it drops down into another spot that you go through a saddle and around to the
policiacas, ahora hay 5 similares a la sb1070." pero tambien hay estados como utah que han buscado soluciones integrales estamos haciendo algo en utah que es diferente de arizona y otros estados. estamos tratando alli de hacer algo comprehensivo, no solamente enforzamiento por la policia. tenemos algunos problemas con el gobierno federal, ley federal y la constitucion, pero pensamos que somos 1 ejemplo al gobierno federal en utah, indiana y otros estados que tenemos que hacer algo." grupos a favor de 1 solucion integral creen que solo la intervencion federal terminara con estas iniciativas estatales. bueno, la falta de accion del congreso, ha hecho que los estados actuen por su propia cuenta, pero de todas mas mando 1 laberinto de leyes que son confusas. " "si el congreso o el gobierno no aprueban 1 solucion federal al tema de la inmigracion, expertos creen que seran aun mas los estados que aprueben leyes por su cuenta. desde y continuando con inmigracion, las autoridadefeles modifican la ley de para beneficio de las viudas o viudos de ciudadanos
: utah's trademark motto is the greatest snow on earth. but this year, the state has been dragging about some of the latest snow on earth. the chance to ski in july was a payoff during a brutally long winter not only in utah but throughout most of the mountain west. in california's sierra nevada, the snowbanks were still so high in june, it looked like january n utah more than 65 feet of snow fell this winter at snowbird in utah, a record for the resort. and it's not just skiers who are happy. this is putting smiles on faces hundreds of miles away from here because all this snow becomes a whole lot of water which is great news here at lake meade, america's largest reservoir near las vegas. >> this spring we're going up quite quickly. >> reporter: for gail kaiser whose family owns a marina, it's a refreshing change after more than a decade of drought that left lake meade with half the water it once held. the white ring circling the shore shows how high the water once was. as the level drops, the marina had to be moved again and again to keep boats in the receding water. lake meade created
. >>john: a polygamist family from "sister wise," will challenges the utah law that makes their lifestyle a felony. the attorney is planning to file suit today in u.s. district court in salt lake city. the family not members of the mormon church but an offshoot and the mormon church outlawed the plural marriage 100 years ago. the brokens and the 16 skids moved to nevada in january after utah authorities launched an investigation. the family's attorney releasing a statement reading in part "we believe this case represents the strongest factual and legal basis for a challenge to the criminalization of polygamy ever filed in the federal courts." trace has the news live from los angeles. trace, cody brown is not millionly married to all of the women, right? >>trace: right. he is legally only married to mary but he lives with christine and robin and together they have 16 kids, but, in utah the state law says if you live with more than one woman you can still be convicts of polygamy. the brown family is not suing to change utah's polygamy laws but they just want to be left alone. here is a stat
in the opinion of republican congressman jayson chaffetz of utah, who is citing government statistics showing security breaches since september of 2001. the t.s.a. says it represents a small fraction of the 5.5 billion people screened since 9/11. >>> the army ranger awarded the medal of honor tuesday for saving the lives of two buddies in afghanistan says he will be the same soldier he always was. sergeant first class leroy roger petrie honored at the white house tuesday. >> the declaration, it's not depiction of who i am. i am still me. the medal is just a declaration that they thought i deserved. ♪ ♪ >> bret: in america's news headquarters, president obama's re-election campaign had a huge take in the second three months of the year. chief political correspondent carl cameron has the big dollar picture. >> president obama raised half a million dollars a day for the last three months. $58 million from a half a million donors in the second quarter. alongside $38 million raised by the democratic national committee, the $86 million haul shatters records. the republican national committee is
brown, his legal wife and three sister waiver all live in utah. they are trying to defend their lifestyle. they have been living openly since last year even though it was outlawed 120 years ago in utah. the state has within investigating them and is considering criminal charges. today their attorney filed a challenge to utah's law making bigamy a crime. >> the state looked to see if there were crimes in the family if they were hurting anyone and 42 aren't. what they are left with is this claim that just being a plural family hurts the state and that can't be true. >> reporter: brown and his legal wife say they knew it was a risk going on tv with their so-called sister wives but he said the fear of being prosecuted is less daunting then living in secret. >> this is tonight's topic. should the marriages like this be allowed, should men or women be allowed to have multiple spouses? you can leave the comments on the facebook page. >> for women who are watching us right now many of you know domestic violence is a dark and often painful secret. >> often abusive, even deadly
estados como utah que han buscado soluciones integralesen utah que es diferente de arizona y otros estados. estamos tratando alli de hacer algo comprehensivo, no solamente enforzamiento por la policia. tenemos algunos oblemas con el gobierno federal, ley federal y la constitucion, pero pensamos que somos 1 ejemplo al gobierno federal en utah, indiana y otros estados que tenemos que hacer algo." grupos a favor de 1 solucion integral creen que solo la intervencion federal terminara con estas iniciativas estatales. bueno, la falta de accion del congreso, ha hecho que los estados actuen por su propia cuenta, pero de todas maneras eso esta formando 1 berint/cc> "si el congreso o el gobierno no aprueban 1 solucion federal al tema de la inmigracion, expertos creen que seran aun mas los estados que aprueben leyes por su cuenta. desde washington, fernando pizarro, depeden del medicaid y programas estatales para tener seguro de salud... tambien muchos hispanos con impedimentos fisicos y ancianos depeden del medicaid... la raza y familias usa, tambien anunciaron qu
? the presiding officer: the senator from utah. mr. hatch: i ask unanimous consent that the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: is there objection? the senator from utah. mr. hatch: mr. president, i ask for order in the chamber. the presiding officer: would the speaker hold for a moment. would the senator hold. the senator from utah. mr. hatch: i ask unanimous consent that i may be able to complete my remarks. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mr. hatch: mr. president, later tonight we will vote on the majority leader les bill to reduce the deficit and increase the nation's starttory debt limit. -- statutory debt limit. earlier today, the house of representatives decisively rejected the majority leader's proposal. if i got it right, the vote was 246-173. 13 did not vote but there were 11 democrats who voted against the proposal as well. it will be defeated here in the senate later this evening or whenever the majority leader allows it to be voted on. and it's fine with me whatever he decides to do. as a substantive matter i deeply oppose the
might want to consider using 16th to utah to fairfax to north glebe. our surae chinn is out there live with the very latest. things are looking on the bright side, surae, back to you. >> reporter: well, yes. the lanes are still closed though. we can see that they might be efforting one lane getting back on to north glebe road going north to get on to 66 east. but i'll tell you around the investigation, all four corners are still shut down. we have crystal kris nosal. >> we're trying to open the roads as quickly as possible. we realize this is a major intersection during rush hour but as we gather evidence and make the scene smaller, we'll be able to open more lanes. >> in fact, we see debris everywhere. you guys are still deep into your investigation in the reconstruction. obviously the officer very badly injured. can you give us an update on his condition? >> i can tell you it is considered serious but at this point, we don't believe it is life-threatening. and you know, we're happy for that. >> very good. >> we also know that the other driver in minor condition. >> yeah, she had min
two days in the utah desert. we showed you part one of the trip yesterday. i'm sure you were entertained. as we told you, we could not bring cell phones, sleeping bags, or pretty much anything else with us this morning, part two. were we able to make fire? were we able to find food? obviously, were we able to make it out of the desert? that's a yes, but it was not that easy. >> the show stopper in that clip was the snake. >> for you. >> at that point, bring in the helicopter, get me out of here. >>> a lot coming up this hour. serious news, the latest out of norway with the attacks that claimed nearly 100 lives. police have one man in custody, and investigators are not sure if the gunman acted alone. but this morning, we are learning that several people are being detained in a police raid connected to the attacks. nbc's martin fletcher is in oslo for us this morning. martin, good morning. >> reporter: hi, lester. several people detained. the police are investigating whether or not the killer did have help making the bomb in oslo. and also they're looking for potentially anothe
is in the nation of utah which has some of the most liberal policies when it comes to conceal carry. according to the f.b.i., the total number of violent crime and murder dropped 6% during the first part of 2011. gun advocates are in disbelief over these numbers. and this nation, not only going through an economic downturn, have seen this. the number of background checks broke record levels, more than 14 million, last year alone. that's a 55% increase in firearms purchases in just four years, but it has not even led remotely close to the doom and gloom and half ock being done by anti-gun activists. national crime victimization survey concluded that robbery and assault victim who use a gun to resist will be less likely to attack or suffer an injury than those who use any other methods of self-protection or those who did not resist at all. unfortunately, in my home state in illinois, governor quinn determined what is best for illinois. rearg than listening to the voice of the illinois constituency, quinn made desperate 11th hour phone call to sway democratic colleagues to his side and block conc
and turn it over to mr. chaffetz. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. does the gentleman from utah seek to call up the bill? mr. chaffetz: pursuant to the rule, i call up h.r. 2560. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 2560, a bill to cut, cap, and balance the federal budget. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 355, the bill is considered as read. the gentleman from utah, mr. chaffetz, and the gentleman from maryland, mr. van hollen, each will control two hours. the chair recognizes the gentleman from utah. mr. chaffetz: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: will the gentleman suspend. the house is not in order. the gentleman from utah. mr. chaffetz: thank you, madam speaker. today is a historic day. we have an opportunity in this body to send a strong signal to the country we are going to live within our means. at the heart of this discussion is a discussion about whether or not our country is going to live within its means. what we ask for at the heart of this proposal is that we bala
of this fight and talk to a tea party member of the united states senate from utah. on why they won't compromise. >>> you're watching "hardball." only on msnbc. man: everybody knows you should save for retirement, but what happens when you're about to retire? woman: how do you go from saving to spending? fidelity helped us get to this point, and now we're talking about what comes next. man: we worked together to create a plan to help our money last. woman: so we can have the kind of retirement we want. now, you know how this works. just stay on the line. oh, yeah. fidelity investments. turn here. >>> the fight over the deficit and debt driven both parties to record levels of disapproval. 41%, favorable disfavorability. second highest number in nearly 20 years. the all-éile high, 57% with bill clinton. less than that bad. 49% have a negative view in the democratic party matching the record high from september of last year. >>> we'll be right back. alk any faster. [ female announcer ] oscar mayer deli fresh turkey comes in a clear pack... [ cellphone beeps ] [ jeff ] ooh. thanks hun! [ female ann
party member of the united states senate from utah. on why they won't compromise. >>> you're watching "hardball." only on msnbc. introducing the schwab mobile app. it's schwab at your fingertips wherever, whenever you want. one log in lets you monitor all of your balances and transfer between accounts, so your money can move as fast as you do. check out your portfolio, track the market with live updates. and execute trades anywhere and anytime the inspiration hits you. even deposit checks right from your phone. just take a picture, hit deposit and you're done. open an account today and put schwab mobile to work for you. >>> the fight over the deficit and debt has driven both parties to record levels of disapproval. 55% have a negative opinion after republican party. that's a new cnn poll. that's the second highest number in nearly 20 years. the all-time high, 57% when bill clinton was in office. less than that bad. 49% have a negative view in the democratic party matching the record high from september of last year. >>> we'll be right back. >>> your last offer, a billion dollars in ne
not absolutely, little angels. susan, thank you so much. >>> the sister wives family plans to challenge utah's law against polygamy. cody brown and his four wives are featured on the tlc reality show "sister wives." they move to nevada in january after police launched a bigamy investigation when they saw their show. they want to stop utah from prosecuting people for their private relationships. >>> hollywood and generations of tv viewers are morning the loss of sherwood schwartz. you may not know his name or face but you know his work. ♪ just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip ♪ >> not only did he dream "gilligan's island" and "the brady bunch" but wrote the theme song, he dreamed them up. he was 94 years old. joy... pleasure. one square inch of extra smooth, rich chocolate. hershey's bliss. not only kills fleas and ticks, it repels most ticks before they can attach and snack on us. frontline plus kills but doesn't repel. any tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. [ male announcer ] ask your veterinarian about k9 advantix ii. >>>
is looking for a dress for a utah fundraiser, and she's considering grant's design. grant who battled school bullying to become an accomplished designer began drawing up the orchid-inspired dress after a trip to the smithsonian. he recently headed to utah hoping to schedule a fitting for the first lady. >>> now, for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning, bill. quite impressive, that little kid. >> i imagine even if she doesn't, someone will. >> he is accomplished already. >> a red carpet somewhere. who are you wearing? this 12-year-old boy. >> from texas. >>> good morning. around the country the heat continues. yesterday we did hit 100 in dallas. that streak continues. heat advisories in yellow. heat warnings in the orange color. so the heat warnings are not that widespread. we're mostly talking kansas, missouri, and eastern oklahoma. heat advisories now starting to spread to the memphis area, and, again, once in the dallas region. what's different about the heat wave now compared to, say, last week
lady. michelle obama is looking for a dress for a utah fund-raiser and she's considering grant's design. he battled school bullying to become an accomplished designer began drawing up the dress after a trip to the smithsonian. he headed to utah hoping to schedule a fitting for the first lady. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning, bill. >> good morning. who knows, maybe some famous designer in the west coast will say this kid hahas talent. >> maybe he wants his own business. oh, yeah. >> shoot for the stars. good morning, everyone. the heat around the country continues. a little warm in many areas of the west. not in the pacific northwest. we did sneak up into the 70-degree range, barely, in seattle. interior california was warm. l.a. had a beautiful day at 84 degrees. the real story is in the middle of the country where the drought is getting worse. 102 in dallas. that was the 25th day in a row that dallas has hit 100 degrees. incredible. now as far as what vegas did yesterday, 100. phoenix, 105. th
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for maryland governor martin o'malley many details on the speech he will be giving in utah. >>> also new reaction is coming in overnight for a baltimore ravens football player on whether we are going to have a season. a deal could be be just days away. >> reporter: harry potter fans spend the evening at theater for the final installment. i am sherrie johnson. coming up, what they thought of the movie. >>> what did you think of yesterday? what will you think of today? looking at time-lapse and sunrise, on this severn at the u.s. naval academy i want to thank joce sterman for what you are about to hear. monday i don't care about you. tuesday, wednesday, how does that go? i was -- [audio not understandable] >> oh, gosh how do we blow that? we tried it for you. we will take you to mount airy i don't care if monday is -- friday i am in love. we will take you to darlington. we fixed it. we will talk about it next. let's do traffic quick. >> reporter: 95 shut down at havre de grace. i will tell you how to get around the accident between a semi and a car when "good morning maryland" continues. >
, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm following, these stories, looking for ways, looking for grains of sand out of place, looking for stories out in the middle of nowhere. i can open this up for questions if anybody has any questions. . >> i was wondering if they had any sort of metal or did they use hardened rocks of some sort to shape their stones? . >> most of what they did was stone. metallurgy was just starting to move up into northern chijuajua at that time and they were working with copper. that was just ornamental, so there was no metal going on at all other than imported bells. >> and the shells, they went down to cortez -- not lake -- the cortez sea to get, was that mostly hard or brittle? . >> it was hard but not tool hard. the colorado plateau is covered with chert, a glassy rock that is really really good for making
to north utah to fairfax to north glebe. that is going to be your best alternate this morning. our surae chinn is there at the scene. she's going to have a live report with the very latest details on the way. meanwhile, we want to take a look at your outer loop. we zoom on in and take a closer look from 95 to 270. outside, not tracking any real problems. back to the map, interstate 270, it is moving. notice the green cars here. 121 down to the split. pretty much smooth sailing. finally, take a look at the travel times. no problems on 66 or the toll road. the inner loop also moving nicely, approaching the toll road from 395. still ahead, a check on prince george's county roads at 5:09. >>> doctors are treating a seriously-injured police officer this morning. >> the arlington county officer was hurt in a crash around 2:15 a.m. surae, over to you. >> very close to the crash site. this was a very serious accident. the police cruiser very banged up here. this all happened around 2:15 a.m. right here on the corn he were of north -- corner of north glebe road and washington boulevard. i just ta
separating colorado and utah so you get a nifty four corner of thing going on. walz disagreed with that, and the first thing he pointed out is it created equal to a result of mexico and arizona. but he also spoke to the issue of race, and that's where it it gets interesting for me. one of the mexican families and what had been the mexican province in mexico to get as the united states approach in the civil war, francisco went up and down the rio grande rally which is where all of that population was centered. urging them to remain loyal to the union when the civil war broke out in fact arizona did become a state but it became a confederate state, and it didn't define itself along the horizontal, the southern half was a reza and the northern half as mexico. the union sent to troops in to reclaim that land from confederate troops defending it and there were several battles all of which won by the union troops and so this area was claimed by the union. a number of those were your friend. many of them were darker skinned, and so this is what [inaudible] also spoke to in terms of this horizo
. >>> congress holding a hearing today on airport security. utah congressman says the u.s. airports are still vulnerable to terrorists despite security upgrades since the 9/11 attacks. there have been more than 25,000 security breaches at commercial airports since november 2001. the tsa is defending its policies maintaining those incidents represent only a fraction of the $5.5 -- of the 5.5 billion people who have been screened the last ten years. >>> judgment day for a woman who killed two men while driving drunk. details on the sentence she's facing when fox 5 continues. >>> then some area teenagers could soon be facing a new curfew. if they're caught breaking it it's their parents who would be punished. details on the new proposal coming up next. >>> a woman convicted of killing two men while driving drunk hz learned her fate. jenny mate was sentenced to the maximum of 20 years in prison. but it's unlikely she'll have to serve the entire sentence. the 32-year-old struck and killed justo rosario and roy lacayo as they stood outside of their cars on rigg
is living her dream. a trail guide in utah's newly designated red cliffs national conservation area, she leads clients through 45,000 acres of some of the most ecologically diverse landscape in the west. - i wake up every morning and just go, "wow. i can't believe i live here." and i get back in the mountains, and it's just-- it's spiritual for me. it really is. burkhardt: this public land is rugged and scenic, offering a network of over 130 miles of non-motorized trails. it also shares much of its border with the city of nearly 90,000 residents, st. george, utah. it is why michelle moved here four years ago. - i really told the realtor that i only wanted to look on this red mountain quarter, and i wanted trail access. and i wanted that because that's what's the most appealing to me in this area. burkhardt: michelle was part of a growing contingent of transplant residents to southwest utah attracted to the area's mild climate and almost limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation in a spectacular setting. - it's really like no other place you can be. it's just so many trail heads and
policíacas ahora hay cinco similares a la sb 1070, pero utah que buscan soluciones integral. >>> estamos haciendo algo en utah que es diferente de arizona, estamos tratando de hacer algo comprensivo, que vamos... que no solamente en procedimiento por la policía. tenemos unos problemas con el gobierno federal. con la ley federación y constitución, pero estamos dando un ejemplo en utah y otros estados, al gobierno federal de los estados unidos, y tenemos que hacer algo. >>> grupos a favor, creen que solo la intervención federal terminará con estas iniciativas. >>> la falta dacción congreso provoca esto, y se forma leyes confusas. >>> si el congreso y el gobierno no aprueban solución federal al tema de la inmigración expertos creen que serán aún más estados que aprueben leyes por su cuenta. desde washington fernando pizarro, univisión. >>> el presidente barack obama apoya la der gogs que impide el reconocimiento oficial del bodas gay en el país, a un días que el comité del senado e haga audiencia para analizar propuesta de la congresista que busca echar abajo la defensa malda
of times, they're the worst of it. these kids qualified for 11-year-old world series in beaver, utah. but it's a long way from here to beaver, utah. problem is money. now, they have enough to send three kids out of 13. they need it by saturday. >> it's stressful. and i've been stressing for a week. >> that is holly brown, kevin's single mother, she'd spend the money for the trip but has been out of work so long... >> i don't have a bank account. >> do you think you'll make it?. >> yes. >> score one for optimism of youth. >> we don't check in by monday, 3:30 werk forfeit. >> i tried to do fund-raisers and bake sales. >> so these are desperate times for the boys of summer. and their coach. you know, luther sent some kids to college and other to professional contracts. yet, after that, beaver, utah and the possible world championship seems far, far away. >> i believe we won't leave anyone behind. >> if you'd like to help the team go to abc 7 news.com and look under see it on tv. you'll find out how to reach the coach and one of the moms collecting money for the trip. >> nice to be able
for a utah fund raiser and she considered grant's design. he fought off bullying by becoming an accomplished designer. he recently headed to utah hoping to schedule a fitting for the first lady. >>> now for a look at the national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning. pretty impressive. >> i think the kid is well on the way to a good career. >> and the best way to quiet his bullies is to do what he's doing. >> look out, versace. >> yeah, look out versace. >> good morning, everyone. yesterday we saw storms rolling through england, got hit pretty good up by new england. it was pretty hochlt d.c. was # 5, atlanta was 94. but the real, real oppressive heat once again was in the heartland with the drought and the heat wave continues. that's where the worst of it is today. we have heat warnings in effect for the areas in orange, st. louis, kansas city, wichita, utah. dallas to memphis, you're under a heat advisory. you get the idea. what's different with this heat wave than what we dealt with last week, last week was hot but extremely hum
expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from utah rise? for what purpose does the gentleman from utah rise? mr. bishop: it's so good to he > you this morning. the speaker pro tempore: equally good to see you, sir. mr. bishop: by direction of the committee on rules i caup you will house resolution 363 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the resolution. the clerk: house calendar number 59, house resolution 363, resolved, that at any time after the adoption of this resolution, the speaker may, pursuant to clause 2-b of rule 18, declare the house resolved into the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for consideration of the bill h.r. 2584, making appropriations for the department of the interior, environment, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending september 30, 2012, and for other purposes. the first proceed reading of the bill shall be dis-- the first reading of the bill shall be dispensed with. general debate shall be confined to the bill and shall not exceed one hour equally divided and controlled by the ch
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